Housekeeping

As always at this time of year, there are so many announcements of a general nature that InCommon doesn’t have room for all of them. But our motto is: All the news that fits, we print.

• CIT reminds us that 72 hours’ notice is required for media services, and all reservation forms are on its website. (See http://home.moravian. edu/public/media/requests/index.asp.) Also, it cautions us against keeping old computers after they’ve been replaced, as they require more maintenance than CIT has people to provide it.

• Reeves Library staffers advise a glance at www.copyright.com and link to Academic Resource Center. It will help with securing permissions for readings and other auxiliary materials for courses.

• The Facilities office has been reorganized. Again.

• The mailroom has issued a list of rules and regs, mostly but not all about bulk mail formatting. Carlos continues to recover from knee surgery, but until he’s back, our mail deliveries are being handled by Joe in the mornings and Rick in the afternoons.

• The volleyball team is selling 2006 Lehigh Valley entertainmentcoupon books at the bargain rate of $20. Call Shelley Bauder, Ext. 7849, or e-mail volleyball@moravian.edu.

• Faculty and students are reminded to pick up hangtags, necessary for parking vehicles on campus, at the Campus Safety Office on West Greenwich Street. Ext. 1421.

September 6, 2005

Early Warning:
President Rokke announces plans to retire.

Bubble, bubble:
Carl Salter make homemade ice cream with liquid nitrogen.

À la recherché:
Priscilla Payne Hurd endows a $1.5 million fund to support student/faculty research.

Book ’em:
By our faculty, a new psychology book and a new edition of a calculus text.

Gay ’90s:
Mary Morecz, retired staff secretary.
Bonae Voluntatis:
A chance to volunteer on Day of Caring.
Housekeeping:
All-campus announcements.

Datebook:
Campus calendar.

Praise the Lord!:
Gospel workshop.
Nightingale Songs:
News from the School of Nursing.
Gaudeamus:
Faculty/staff/student accomplishments.
Summer school:
Moravian students teach at Summerbridge program.